in reply to Re^2: Passing user input to a shell commandin thread Passing user input to a shell command
Did you try this?
print "$_\n" for qw "perl /Users/james/perlstuff/macc/macc1 $file";
Once (shame on you!)
Twice (shame on me!)
More often than I'd like to be
All the time
Just when answering stupid polls
Who you callin' a fool?
I refuse to vote in this ridiculous poll
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